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About the Department

Focus on communications, instrumentation, digital signal processing, and automatic control systems. Or find your passion in designing and implementing digital hardware and software. You’ll work alongside faculty mentors using state-of-the-art instrumentation to gain theoretical knowledge and master practical skills that equip you for broad career or higher education opportunities.

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“Research”

Real Research Partnership

In lab and field settings, our students are partners on faculty-mentored research teams.

Faculty

Engaged Faculty Mentors

Learn about smart grid tech, renewable energy, and app development from teachers with deep experience.

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

Collaborate on interdisciplinary projects and seize internships with companies like Facebook or Google.

Recent News / Announcements


Dr. Seung-yun Kim and ECE Students Attend CATA 2018 Conference

ECE students Phil Franco and Pat Hansen along with ECE professor Dr. Seung-yun Kim recently attended the 2018 CATA Conference in Las Vegas.

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Dr. Seung-yun Kim Invited to Speak at Science Career Symposium

Dr. Seung-yun Kim was invited to be one of six speakers for the Science Career Symposium held at Washington Township High School.

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MUSE Feature: Dr. Ambrose Adegbege & Students Study Control & Optimization

This past summer as part of MUSE, Dr. Ambrose Adegbege, Assistant Professor in the ECE department, took on 4 research students within the department to study control optimization and neuromorphic chip and circuit design.

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Dr. Anthony Deese Gives Talk on Machine Learning in the Cloud

Dr. Anthony Deese, Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and Associate Professor, recently gave a talk about his most recent research endeavors on machine learning via serverless cloud computing in AWS Lambda.

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Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science programs in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.